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2003 Yamaha V-Star Photo Gallery

Photos of the 2003 Yamaha V-Star. 2003 Yamaha V-Star.

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The power of the 1063cc V-Twin is quite respectable for its size. Torque surges right off the bottom to provide strong, ever-ready acceleration.
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2003 Yamaha V-Star
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Like any good V-Twin cruiser, the V-Star delivers its power at low engine speeds, with plenty of grunt just above idle.
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2003 Yamaha V-Star
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With the touring amenities of the Silverado, you'd expect the V-Star to be a composed mount on the highway.
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Every engine cover is chromed, and the upper half of the cooling fins are polished to contrast with the blacked-out cylinder barrels.
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The broad, comfy saddle (it's too big to simply call it a seat) of the Silverado offers good long-range support.
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More of the shiny stuff is slathered around the V-Star, with much of the brightwork centered around the 75-degree V-Twin engine.
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The V-Star's dynamic handling is about what you'd expect of a cruiser of this size.
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In addition to the windshield and touring seat, the Silverado version includes studded leather saddlebags that are reinforced with hard plastic bottoms.
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The V-Star 11s look more expensive than their modest costs.
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Just $7899 will put you in the saddle of the Custom model, with its minimalist front fender and bobbed rear fender setting it apart from the valanced-fendered Classic versions.
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At $9399, the non-Chevy Silverado is fitted out for light touring, cruiser style, with a bolt-on windscreen and studded leather saddlebags.
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Using an engine that is not much changed from the old Virago 1100, the V-Star line consists of three models.
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2003 Yamaha V-Star